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Name: Molly Cochran (Homepage
Country: USA Date: Fri Oct 18 23:22:30 2002 
Comment: hey i was juts being bored online and happened to type in www.mollycochran.com just to see if there was nething with my name in it and i crossed by this. i think this is interesting that there is someone out there with my name who writes books i feel more interested in the woman now and am going to start reading about her!! thanks!! I left the web adress of my school -Molly Cochran, Cincinnati Ohio 

Name: Dan Derkics
Country: USA Date: Thu Oct 10 15:10:59 2002 
Comment: I always wondered where you'd end up! It's great to
see you're doing quite nicely. Feel free to drop me
a line if you'd like. 

Name: Ruth Jutzeler
Country: Date: Tue Oct 1 20:06:09 2002 
Comment:

Name: Wong Chee Meng
Country: Singapore Date: Sat Sep 21 18:51:34 2002 
Comment: Dear Molly,

I was captivated by your Forever King and I managed to purchase the Broken Sword and World Without End. The Grandmaster took me some effort to hunt down as they are already out of print.

I have waited many years for the sequel to the Broken Sword. Please let me know when it would be released.

Thanks.

Best Regards 
 


Name: Michael Schildwachter (Homepage
Country: Alberta, Canada Date: Wed Sep 11 04:57:54 2002 
Comment: I really enjoyed reading the Grandmaster and I look forward to reading the sequal. Although I am having trouble aquiring A copy. I managed to read it when I was younger, My dad had a copy but unfortunatley over the years I lost track of it. Anyways I hoped and assumed that by me writing in this guest book you would personaly read this and If you are I would very much like if you could send me a copy of GRANDMASTER and the sequal, I admit this does seem a little strange, perhaps mabey rude, but 

Name: Brian (Homepage
Country: Date: Fri Aug 16 17:38:36 2002 
Comment: enjoyable 

Name: Melanie Gold (Homepage
Country: USA Date: Sat Aug 10 02:58:38 2002 
Comment: Dear Molly, I'm Program Chair of the Greater Lehigh Valley Writers Group. Would you be interested in being a featured speaker of our group or at our December holiday party? We meet at the Palmer Library and pay an honorarium. *Please* e-mail me if interested. P.S. Warren Murphy says you're a "far better writer" than he. ~Melanie Gold 

Name: karina
Country: usa Date: Fri Aug 9 06:47:18 2002 
Comment: ahhh, you dont know how glad i am to find out that there will be yet another sequel to the ferever king! after i started readin the broken sword, i could not put it down. ahh i love that book, even more than the ferever king. after i finished it, i always wanted there to be a third book and you dont know how happy i am to find out there is indeed goin to be one! ahh i love king arthur. i love yer writin, it's damn good! 

Name: Bill Robertson
Country: USA Date: Thu Jul 25 01:08:16 2002 
Comment: I too have enjoyed the Arthur series so far. I thought the third book was out already and tried to find it. To no avail obviously. Can't wait till your done. I have read and am about to read Grandmaster again. Keep up the wonderful work and I will anxiously await Book 3. 

Name: Jay R. Chase (Homepage
Country: USA Date: Thu Jul 11 00:26:44 2002 
Comment: Just wanted to say how much I enjoyed The Broken Sword and The Forever King... Can't wait for the third installment. Being a police-type person... Hal is probably my favorite character, but I truly like your portrayal of Merlin. Heck, I like pretty much all of your characters... (Emily is a bit annoying :) Keep up the good work and thanks!!! 

From: chris apple (apple001@mc.duke.edu)
Date: Mon Sep 10 16:01:55 2001

Just a quiet hello from an old friend. At times you appear unsolicitated in my thoughts. Seeing your picture made me cry. Take care.
 



From: Connie Young (mparsons@coffey.com)
Date: Tue Sep 11 15:36:48 2001

Congrats on your new book! Haven't heard from you in awhile and I miss you. Write when you can.
 



From: Becca (wilhemeena@yahoo.com)
Date: Mon Sep 24 21:23:57 2001

The Forever King

I have just this moment finished reading 'The Forever King' and sat down to do a websearch to find you. This book is amazing. The writing is wonderful, the characters believable and vibrant of spirit, and the premise soul soothing. Especially now, as we here in the USA live through the myriad of feelings that the recent attacks and the resultant deaths have forced us to explore, your book leaves one with a sense of hope for the future and for mankind as a whole. Thank you, Ms. Cochran. I shall search out others of your books to enjoy and explore as well. We need more voices and imaginations like yours in the world, and the opportunity to experience them. 
 



From: Michelle (michelle9510@hotmail.com)
Date: Wed Oct 31 02:22:42 2001

The Forever King

Just finished the Broken Sword and found your website to see if there would be a third book, yeah there will! I have been interested in Arthurian legend for some time, and read a great deal of the history on it, (I actually tried to read Le Morte D'Artur in the original Middle English!) and I was hooked by your interesting take on the legend of Arthur and the Holy Grail, 4 stars for originality. 
On a side note, I write some myself and read your notes section and can really relate to your claim to having to write alot on a character to flesh it out, and then pare down the work. I find a 4 page dissertation becomes 20 just to get the four that make my statement clear! My few short stories seem to have this same life of their own, starting as much longer narratives. Do you suppose this is a lifelong affliction?
Waiting patiently for book 3, Michelle
 



From: Rolanda King (zpsweet@hotmail.com)
Date: Wed Nov 7 13:03:19 2001

New Fan

Hi, Molly

I've recently read both the Forever King and the Broker Sword, they've made me instant fans of your work. I just wanted to let you know how much i enjoyed them and ask when will there be a third book in the series
 



From: Kevin (hg@epix.net)
Date: Mon Jan 7 11:18:02 2002

just stopped by to say hi.

Love your site.
 



From: Kevin (hg@epix.net)
Date: Mon Jan 7 11:18:29 2002

just stopped by to say hi.

Love your site.
 



From: Steve (smw@pixel.citadel.org)
Date: Thu Jan 17 00:47:35 2002

Forever King/Broken Sword

I've read both of those and I can honestly say I can't WAIT for "Third Magic" to come out! VERY VERY well done. Thank you very much for your work and contributing to hours of enjoyment for so many. :)

Blessed be!
-Steve
 



From: Steve (smw@pixel.citadel.org)
Date: Thu Jan 17 00:47:58 2002

Forever King/Broken Sword

I've read both of those and I can honestly say I can't WAIT for "Third Magic" to come out! VERY VERY well done. Thank you very much for your work and contributing to hours of enjoyment for so many. :)

Blessed be!
-Steve
 



From: Kelly (NHKELLY99@aol.com)
Date: Mon Jan 21 19:32:38 2002

Forever King and Broken Sword

I just wanted to take the time to let you know that I am a new fan. I read the books in reverse order and loved them just the same. I love the play of good and evil. In the world today it touches so many. Thank you for a wonderful time.
 



From: Casey Farrar (Casey_Farrar@emerson.edu)
Date: Mon Jan 28 17:23:53 2002
 
 

Just visited your website by recommendation of Connie Parsons. I am a publishing major at Emerson College in Boston and she thought I might find it interesting. She was right!
 



From: Molly Cochran (zesty07050120@yahoo.com)
Date: Wed Jan 30 23:21:17 2002

same name

hello as you see we have the same name i haven't read any of your books but i was just searching the internet and found we both have the same name.
 



From: Molly Cochran
Date: Fri Feb 1 17:46:22 2002
 
 

I'm not kidding! my name is Molly Cochran too! I just went to www.mollycochran.com and i didn't know there was another Molly COchran!
 



From: Catherine Hollinrake (monsoonX2@magicgirl.com)
Date: Thu Feb 14 15:25:43 2002

General Nonsensical Ramblings...

*cracks fingers..* I recently read 'The Forever King'...for the third time...I absolutely love that story. I was tickled blue (i like blue better than pink, you see) that is has sequels and mayhaps will be a movie...Anyway, I love the book, one of my favorites and much more exciting than that La'mor de Arthur (alas, spelling illudes me..*wince*) I cannot wait to get 'The Broken Sword'. But everyone has complimented your books...*grin* I wanted to say something else.

The advice you gave in your Author's Notes really hit hard. When you said "If you can write it badly, you can fix it. If you insist on only writing wonderfully, it'll never get done." I was dumbfounded. I enjoy writing sci-fi and fantasy, but I never belived that any of it was worth writing because I wasn't good at it. I'm just glad you took the time to write those few sentences, because I think that if I remember them, I might have a better time at this insane thing called writing
 



From: Bob Baumann (rbaumann@nyc.rr.com)
Date: Tue Feb 26 15:20:56 2002

Just a hello

I was fortunate enough to meet you once many years ago at a book signing at the Mysterious Press Bookstore. You were on the arm of your then husband and made quite a formidable couple. Enough said about that. 
In discovering your new pen name via this website, I have done some browsing and bought four of your books today. I have read many of the Destroyer series and know full well you are the source of inspiration for the love interest in the Trace series. 
You seem to have found your own voice and I will enjoy reading what you have done on your own. 
Sincerely,

Bob Baumann, Manhattan
 



From: Bob Baumann (rbaumann@nyc.rr.com)
Date: Tue Feb 26 15:21:23 2002

Just a hello

I was fortunate enough to meet you once many years ago at a book signing at the Mysterious Press Bookstore. You were on the arm of your then husband and made quite a formidable couple. Enough said about that. 
In discovering your new pen name via this website, I have done some browsing and bought four of your books today. I have read many of the Destroyer series and know full well you are the source of inspiration for the love interest in the Trace series. 
You seem to have found your own voice and I will enjoy reading what you have done on your own. 
Sincerely,

Bob Baumann, Manhattan
 



From: J anet B. (janet_1972@yahoo.com)
Date: Thu Feb 28 22:13:17 2002

Hello...

Ms. Cochran,
I am a tremendous fan.
My husband and I discovered The Forever King, and became insatntly "hooked":}
We have greatly enjoyed your books, and when I found your site, through a search, I had to just write a message.

Both The Forever King, and The Broken Sword are great reads, that I ahve read, and re-read many times, and I also loved World Without End.

Thank you so much for your wonderful words:}

Sincerely,
Janet B.
 



From: J anet B. (janet_1972@yahoo.com)
Date: Thu Feb 28 22:13:46 2002

Hello...

Ms. Cochran,
I am a tremendous fan.
My husband and I discovered The Forever King, and became insatntly "hooked":}
We have greatly enjoyed your books, and when I found your site, through a search, I had to just write a message.

Both The Forever King, and The Broken Sword are great reads, that I ahve read, and re-read many times, and I also loved World Without End.

Thank you so much for your wonderful words:}

Sincerely,
Janet B.
 



From: Anthony Di Candia (dicandia@fast.net)
Date: Sat Mar 9 13:02:08 2002

Buon viaggio!

Buon viaggio e buona permanenza in Italia!
E` stato un piacere insegnarle un po` d'italiano.
A presto
 



From: Caitlin (girlpower0829@hotmail.com)
Date: Thu Mar 14 17:25:16 2002

Hello

I have never read any of your books, but i hope to sometime. They sound really good. YUM!!! x.x 
 



From: Joyce Cochran (briogirl5@yahoo.com)
Date: Sun Mar 17 16:10:21 2002

Just wanted to say hi

I'm new to this site and typed in my last name to find this site. mabye I'll go get one of your books
 



From: Keith Murphy (kmurphy@cantorcolburn.com)
Date: Mon Mar 25 18:26:07 2002

sequel

HI,
Did you and Warren Murphy ever write a subsequent sequel to Grandmaster (after High Priest)? There was a suggestion that another was coming in the closing pages of High Priest, but I have never come across it. Both books were extraordinary and have lingered in my mind all of these years. If there is a sequel please let me know and if not, PLEASE WRITE ONE!!! :-)
 



From: Mary C. Romano (erainn@bellatlantic.net)
Date: Wed Mar 27 01:18:31 2002

Inspired fan

I have been an ardent fan since the release of “Grandmaster”, so I was thrilled to find your hyper link on the Pennwriters, Inc site. Four years ago, when I decided to start writing, I faced the decision - What type of book do I want to write? My answer was to try and emulate an author whose works I have enjoyed and whose stories live in my memory. I actually used the books co-authored by you and your husband as a tutorial on how to write, pace, develop characters, handle dialogue, and work memorable, non-irritating flashbacks into the storyline. Time will tell if I was a good student and succeeded. I'm currently trying to market the resulting novel.
I just wanted to let you know that you have been an inspiration to this newbie author. Many thanks for all the hours of enjoyment your books have provided.
 
 



From: A. Di Candia (dicandia@fast.net)
Date: Sun Mar 31 09:52:56 2002

a good site!

Ero curioso, allora ho cercato e trovato il suo sito. Auguri, e` un bel sito!
Tony
 



From: Tiffany Warren (TWBaby85)
Date: Thu May 2 16:49:23 2002

Just saying hi

Hey molly hope your trip was good hope to see you soon.
 



From: Tom (tmcoyle@hotmail.com)
Date: Fri May 17 01:22:37 2002

Grandmaster

This is one of the few books of which I buy extra copies whenever I run across them, just so I can hand them out to friends. I haven't read your other novels yet, but, especially after reading others' reviews, I'm very eager to do so. Well done. :)

Tom
 



From: Tom (tmcoyle@hotmail.com)
Date: Fri May 17 01:22:39 2002

Grandmaster

This is one of the few books of which I buy extra copies whenever I run across them, just so I can hand them out to friends. I haven't read your other novels yet, but, especially after reading others' reviews, I'm very eager to do so. Well done. :)

Tom
 



From: Cary (Long)
Date: Fri May 17 15:00:07 2002

gblong23@hotmail.com

I bought The Forever King on a whim and I'm glad that I did. Great Read!
 



From: Jennifer Shew (etoiline@etoiline.com)
Date: Sun Jun 9 16:02:57 2002

still my favorite book

I received "The Forever King" as a gift all the 
way back in 1992. I almost didn't read it 
because I wasn't into Arthurian legend at the 
time, but I was so glad that I did. The book is 
in horrible shape from being read so many 
times. I practically know it by heart. I bought 
The Broken Sword as soon as I saw it had 
come out in paperback, and I am anxiously 
awaiting the third. Please write quickly so your 
multitudes of readers can finally know what's 
going to happen!
I'm somewhat of a writer myself, and I hope 
that you'd be pleased to know that your book is 
one of the select few that truly inspire me. 
Thank you so much. And write quickly, please!
http://etoiline.com/moonstone
 



From: Helen (helenmatter@hotmail.com)
Date: Sat Jun 15 21:01:59 2002

Hi from Europe

Dear Molly,
I live in Switzerland and just wanted to let u know that u have quite a few fans here. I had to read the forever king at school and loved it. My book has been all over Europe because I was travelling when reading it. Afterwards I gave it to all my friends who could appreciate it, and the were thrilled, just like me. Have now discovered exciting fact that there is sequel (I know, I'm not very up to date) and can't wait. Admire your work, keep it up!
Wish u all the best, Helen 
 



From: CJ (cjhoughtaling@usa.net)
Date: Tue Jun 16 08:20:03 1998

Just wanted to say HI!

And also be the first to sign your guest book. Had a great time with you over the weekend and look forward to the next.
 



From: Sue Lackey (slackey@mail.telis.org)
Date: Tue Jul 28 23:45:58 1998

The Literary Journal

Nice web site! I was sent here by C.J. Houghtaling, one of my favorite writers. I hope you'll find time to submit something to me. 
 



From: Susan Meier (Meier9295)
Date: Tue Aug 3 08:11:09 1999

Web Page

Molly: What a terrific web page! CJ had also done mine. We met at a Pennwriters conference about two years ago, at the time I was PW's president.
 
 



From: Bob Coghill (bcdc@mosquitonet.com)
Date: Wed Dec 15 19:06:48 1999

thanks for the books

Found you through Warren Murphy books - I have read and enjoyed many of you books and look forward to more. Knowing another pen name will make that possible. Thanks for writing.
 



From: WALTER MONDOR (MACMON@ESCAPE.CA)
Date: Wed Jan 19 14:48:19 2000

FOREVER KING & BROKEN SWORD

WHEN I FISRT READ THE FOREVER KING I WAS AMAZED,I ACTUALLY LOVED IT.AS A KING ARTHUR FAN I THOUGHT IT MADE A GREAT STORY SO MUCH SO THAT I READ IT NUMEROUS OF TIMES,THEN I FOUND THE BROKEN SWORD.ALL I HAVE TO SAY IS PLEASE DON'T END IT THERE.YOU MADE A BELIEVER OUT OF ME. I ALSO ENJOYED GRANDMASTER,AND HAVE EVERY DESTROYER BOOK SINCE DAY ONE. THANK-YOU BOTH PLEASE KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK 
 



From: Deborah Ivey (dfivey@yahoo.com)
Date: Wed Feb 2 02:20:36 2000

Forever King and The Broken Sword

After rereading the two books (for the umpteenth time) I thought I'd hit the web to see if you have any more of these coming out. Please hurry up with another one in this series. Thank you for many enjoyable hours.
 



From: Jeff (LordJJP@aol.com)
Date: Wed Apr 26 01:24:55 2000

Hello

I just wanted to tell you that I've loved your novels. I've read The Forever King, The Broken Sword, and World Without End. Each one I couldn't set down. I'm looking really hard for Grandmasters, but haven't gotten my hands on a copy yet. In fact, Barnes and Noble was supposed to get me a copy of it today, but instead they gave me a book called "granmasters of caprentry." Talk about a let down! Oh well. My post is going to be too long if i get into anything else, so I'll close now.

Thanks for Listening.

Jeff Prager
 



From: Tina Ng (tinavivng@hotmail.com)
Date: Tue May 16 05:40:43 2000
 
 

Let me say that somehow fate made it that I was to watch a movie about none other than king arthur and miracleously find the "The Broken Sword" in the library the next day. I was hooked. Once I discovered that there was a first book I went on a search rampage for it! You and Warren Murphy were able to take a numerously written legend and amazingly bring it to life. Obviously I enjoyed both these series immensly and I do pray you will continue writing about Arthur and his knights. I, like the rest am patiently waiting and hoping for another adventure with arthur to embark on in our very own home:)
 



From: Don Burkhart (dgbsalem@innova.net)
Date: Fri May 19 23:27:40 2000

King Arthur Series

Will there be a third? Please say yes. I have never done anything like this before.I'm realy hooked.
 



From: J.A. Lepack (lalepack@renfrew.net)
Date: Sun Jun 11 13:05:07 2000

Re: The Forever King and The Broken Sword

My Family and I would like to thank you and Warren for a most enjoyable series. We are hoping and praying that there will be more in this series, so much more of a story there, can't just end like that. We are hooked and have read these books over and over. Also my brothers and husband and I have enjoyed Destroyer series. Please keep up the good work. Will try to find new book by Dev Stryker. Thanks Molly. Best wishes. Jill Lepack
 



From: chuck blake (chuck.blake@turner.com)
Date: Mon Jun 19 13:52:51 2000
 
 

I read your books again and again. I love the mysticism. I love the feeling
that I'm somehow in touch with some elusive wisdom. I've read Grandmaster
three times. I'm reading World Without End again. How wonderful to think
that someone so competent in this world, as to be an action-adventure hero,
could be competent in the secret world of mystery and wisdom as well!
 



From: gordon (gwhelan@home.com)
Date: Tue Oct 3 01:46:44 2000
 
 

I have read most of your books ..I have enjoyed them immensely. Will you be writing another in the King Aurthur series? I hope so, my wife and I look forward to the third novel.
Gordon
 



From: Debra Lee (dls@csrlinknet)
Date: Sat Nov 18 02:48:48 2000
 
 

Hi Molly, 
Great website! I found your site through the Pennwriter site. Keep writing and being you. If you get a free minute, surf on over to my website at
http://www.debralee.net
 



From: Ali (RelenaEW@aol.com)
Date: Wed Dec 13 10:06:16 2000

I Love Your Novels!

I've read both The Forever King and The Broken Sword. I have never enjoyed any book more, and believe me I've read plenty. The way you and Warren tie in the past myths with the present is a skill to be extremely proud of, as I'm sure you are. Don't ever change the way you write or stop writing for that matter. ^_^ ;)
 



From: T. Yvonne Cochran Creasy (tdc-tyc@bright.net)
Date: Thu Jan 25 13:11:34 2001

excellent writing

you have a very interesting life,and your use of these experiences has made you an excellent and very talented author, keep up the great work you do, looking forward to reading more of your books. 
 



From: T. Yvonne Cochran Creasy (tdc-tyc@bright.net)
Date: Thu Jan 25 13:16:10 2001

excellent writing

you have a very interesting life,and your use of these experiences has made you an excellent and very talented author, keep up the great work you do, looking forward to reading more of your books. 
 



From: Lindsay (Starspiker@aol.com)
Date: Mon Jan 29 13:26:56 2001

Thanx!

Molly thank you for having this web site available. I needed information about you for a project and this helped. THANK YOU!
 



From: Felicia Browell (fbrowell@nauticom.net)
Date: Fri Feb 16 16:42:49 2001

Hi Molly!

Just wanted to tell you how much I'm looking forward to seeing you again at this next Pennwriters Conference. You were truly inspiring the last time I saw you. See you soon!
 



From: Tim Barton (ShConley@msn.com)
Date: Wed Mar 7 21:54:00 2001

Books

Molly,
I love your books The Forever King, The Broken Sword and World without End. It took me 8 days to read all three books. I'm looking forward to your next installment of the Broken Sword book. When can I get a copy of it. Also will you be writing any more books on Atlantis. Keep up the great work. :-)
 
 



From: Renee Conley (srconley@frontiernet.net)
Date: Mon Mar 26 13:29:19 2001

All your books

Found this site looking to see if have any new books coming out or if there were other out of print books I had missed. I had read Forever King and jumped on the next two the minute they hit the stand. Found Temple Dogs and the second Grandmaster at a used bookstore and devoured them this weekend. Thank you for 5 very satisfying can't put down books.
 



From: Ray Lewis (anon886d@nyx.net)
Date: Thu Apr 12 21:12:39 2001

Hi Molly

Long time no see. I've been following your career
and enjoy your writing. Always knew that you would succeed - even way back when we were in Masquers at BHS.
 
 



From: Lu-chan (lueychan@email.com)
Date: Mon Apr 30 15:26:48 2001

You're the author of such a great novel?

Two years ago I bought this book for about $1.00 at the dollar store, because it might've been a little old. I started reading it, and was really bored with it. Then after a couple of years, I started reading it again, and I found it fantastic! I'm still reading it also. The book was called "Death Right", and I LOVE it. This novel is the best since I read Christopher Pike's "The Last Vampire" novels. I didn't think any author could be better than him, but I was wrong. I love Dev Stryker! ^_^ 

I had no idea that Dev Stryker was a female! I thought she was a guy all this time! >_<' 

Well I just wanna say that I love this novel I'm reading, and hope to read other novels by her! ^_~

-Tamahashi Luana
 



From: Dave McMillan (clanmac4@blueyonder.co.uk)
Date: Fri May 11 17:09:28 2001

Invitation to publish online

Hi I am the webmaster of a Scottish website , just starting out. www.freethewriter.com
I invite you to take a look at us and submit.

Dave
 
 



From: Yessi (Karkton@neopets.com)
Date: Sun May 13 15:19:30 2001

Hey

I really really love The Forever King and The Broken Sword. I'm doing an authors project and decided to do those two books.
 



From: pegret (penny694u@hotmail.com)
Date: Thu May 17 22:37:19 2001

the forever king

hi, i just read The Forever King, and The Broken Sword. I loved both of them!!! When will the next one be coming out? I can't wait!! Thank you
 



From: josh_florida_guy@juno.com (josh_florida_guy@juno.com)
Date: Thu Jun 7 03:07:23 2001

PLease write a third to the Arthure books!!!!

I read the "Forever King" and "The Broken Sword"
I loved them so much!!!! PLease say your working on a third, if your not, drop everything and work on it, immediatly please!! Those books are so awesome, I read them when I was 13 and 14 and loved them so much. You should have Arthur be in his teens now!!!! I loved your books so much, I tried working on one, myself to write about Arthur. King Arthur has been a hero of mine since a kid. PLease I beg you to write another one!!!!!
 



From: Misty (mistikalsparki@hotmail.com)
Date: Sun Jun 17 12:09:35 2001

Saying Hi

Loved your books on Arthur. Got my sister to read them and she loved them also. Please write more when you get a chance.
 



From: Jackie [Smith] (Jackie171153@aol.com.au)
Date: Wed Jul 18 19:39:53 2001

Grandmaster, High Priest

Hi, I have just finished both the above books[in record time!!] and I thought them excellent!! I know that there WAS a plan for the completion of the trilogy, Is it going to happen?? PLEASE!!! 
To be able to find out the fate of Justin and Zharkov would be wonderful.
Many thanks
Jackie
in Adelaide, 
Australia
 



From: Kate (casinocath@aol.com)
Date: Mon Jul 23 23:01:49 2001

good laugh

Went on the web to find some new suspense books to
order at library. Came across this one and just
when I started reading about books, I heard a comotion on the t.v. in next room, WW Wrestling was on,ran to see what action was happening, here's Stone Cold Steve amidst cheers and some dreadful music playing not condusive to wrestling.
I said to my brother the fan, why are they playing that music, I just roared when I came back in here and it was your website. His comment why would you listen to that when you can
get 100 radio stations on line. Lighten up the music.
 



From: molly cochran (jim.cochran1@home.com)
Date: Wed Aug 8 13:56:43 2001

me

hi my name is molly cochran too. i'm not joking really it is. well i just wanted to see if there someone else by the name of molly cochran and there is.
 
 



From: william
Date: Fri Aug 24 13:45:18 2001

time

i've found him
 



From: Maureen Wolf (maureenwolf@hotmail.com)
Date: Tue Aug 28 17:34:45 2001

love your books!

Molly, I love your books! Read Forever King first then went on a search for any others. When will the third 'Arthur' book be coming? Or a second 'Master'? Keep well and please keep writing!!
 



From: Andy McCabe (dramccabe@hotmail.com)
Date: Wed Aug 29 14:14:24 2001

Update

Dear Molly, My best guess is that Debbie and I saw you and Warren about 11 years ago. If I'm close, Dev should be about 15? Wow! It's like I blinked and became eligible for Modern Maturity Magazine. I have continued to write despite Warren's analysis, "You're good with the words but not that good!" Anyway, recently I came across some of my early attempts toward literary fame that I sent to you and Warren. After review, his analysis was probably correct; however, any Irishman worth his salt listens only to is own muse. Toward that end, I am finishing my first book and I remember something you said to me a long time ago, "Andy McCabe, that's a nice name for an author!" Thanks for the encouragement! My best to you both. From scenic midtown Bayonne, Andy 
 
 



From: JoAnn Bova Willison (saltpony@aol.com)
Date: Sat Sep 1 09:48:12 2001

Hi from an old friend

Hi from JoAnn and Diane, too. Jean Firster found this for us. Think of you often

Love, J & D
 

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